David Bernstein and Mervyn King have resigned from their roles as directors at Aston Villa, who were relegated from the Premier League on Saturday. Former Football Association and Manchester City chairman Bernstein only joined the beleaguered club last month, with ex-Bank of England governor King – a lifelong Villa fan – having arrived in February. But both have opted to leave Villa Park in the wake of the club’s demotion to the Championship, which was finally rubber-stamped with their 1-0 defeat at Manchester United over the weekend.
Bernstein, King resign from Villa board
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